Here’s yet another reason to love grilled cheese: Fans of the ooey, gooey sandwiches have more sex, a new study has found.
Thirty-two percent of grilled cheese fans have sex at least six times a month, versus 27 percent of those who don't like the sandwich, according to the dating and social-networking site Skout, which released the findings before National Grilled Cheese Day on Sunday.
"32 percent of grilled cheese fans have sex at least six times a month, versus 27 percent of those who don't like the sandwich."
Also, 73 percent of those who said they like the sandwich had sex at least once each month, compared with the 63 percent of those non-grilled cheesers.
Getting to what’s really important, the survey found that U.S. eaters favored American cheese most by 41 percent, followed by cheddar (33 percent), mozzarella (10 percent), Swiss (8 percent), provolone (6 percent) and brie (2 percent).
White bread was the most popular bread with 51 percent of responders, then wheat (29 percent), sourdough (13 percent), rye (4 percent) and baguette (3 percent).
The network did a survey of 4,600 users to find out about their sandwich preferences, but it doesn’t just relate to people’s taste buds. Not only do grilled cheese lovers have more sex, they also have bigger hearts and are more adventurous, the study discovered.
Eighty four percent of grilled-cheese-sandwich lovers are more adventurous and likely to travel, vs. 78 percent of nonlovers. And grilled cheesers are more charitable, at 81 percent vs. 66 percent.
If this isn’t enough incentive, check out these mind-boggling grilled cheese sandwich recipes to get in the mood.